Woman Sues Universal Studios Haunted House For Being To Scary
A woman and her granddaughter visit a haunted house, get scared, and then sue the haunted house for being too frightening. Not quite reasonable, as anyone would expect a haunted Halloween attraction to be scary, obviously. So how can a woman sue an attraction for doing an extremely good job at exactly what it’s supposed to be doing?
Well, that’s only part of the story. Cleanthi Peters and her 10 year-old granddaughter did sue Universal Studios over their annual Halloween Horror Nights attraction, that part is true. However, what many people fail to mention is that while Peters and her granddaughter were running out of the haunted house, away from Leatherface wielding a chainsaw, they slipped on a wet spot on the floor. Instead of asking if they were okay, Leatherface didn’t break character and simply stood over them, scaring them even more. Not that we blame Leatherface, since he’s not paid to show sympathy to the guests. But if, in fact, there was a wet spot near the exit of the attraction, then this lawsuit was less about the haunted house being scary and more about Universal Studios needing to make sure guests don’t fall on their way out – especially considering that a man with a chainsaw will be chasing them.
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